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Adoby 7 problem

I am trying to open files created in adobe 7. i have adobe 7 but a lot of the data is missing when i use adobe 7, however when i open the file in adobe 8 reader all the information is there.

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It might be a possibility where ther would be some new features in adobe 8 which were used in the document and are not supported in adobe 7.
i would advice you to call their tech supp for more assistance

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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How to fix adobe pdf file?


Then it's broken at the beginning. There are lots of tools that claim they can repair PDF's, for example: PDF Fix Toolbox https://www.fixtoolbox.com/pdffix.html
And also check http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/adobe/adobe-aa/pdf/721-%E2%80%8Bpdf-file-recover

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The PDF, or portable document format, file bridges the gaps between many software programs. Someone using one program to create a file need not worry that his intended recipient have that same program, because PDFs just require a free software program to open. On occasion, it may seem like a PDF is just as hard to open as a native file created in that proprietary software, but one of a variety of factors may contribute to the unreadability problem.

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One of the most common reasons a PDF is unreadable -- and the easiest to fix -- is that the person trying to open the PDF doesn't have the software to do so. To open a PDF requires the free downloadable program Reader, created and distributed by Adobe, which also makes the PDF-creation software Acrobat. A person who doesn't have Reader installed won't see the familiar red-and-black PDF icon; they'll see a white box symbolizing that the computer doesn't know how to read the file. b> Zoom b> Although it seems quite obvious, a person's screen resolution may have everything to do with why a PDF appears unreadable. Since PDFs are often scans or saved files of standard 8.5-by-11-inch paper, small fonts and occasionally handwriting can get be scaled to tiny dimensions when the sheet is viewed full . Zoomed out, a heavily typed or scrawled PDF may appear as a bunch of jumbled black dots and lines instead of the clear text it would be when zoomed in. Conversion b> Even if you have the Reader software installed, trying to open a PDF in a program that doesn't allow it will cause problems. For example, the Reader software doesn't let you edit a PDF -- you need Acrobat for that -- but you can still use other programs to do things such as redacting, or making black lines to obscure information. You can open a PDF in a program such as Adobe Photoshop and have the PDF be completely readable. On the other hand, if you try to open a PDF in Windows Paint, the operating system's native graphics tool, it will be unreadable because Paint does not accept PDF files. b> Missing Elements b> Something that appears perfectly readable on one person's screen may look entirely unreadable on another, solely because of what's missing from the file. In some cases, a PDF that looks jumbled is a result of missing fonts. While it may seem simple to just create a PDF from whatever document you're working on, if the person who receives your PDF doesn't have those fonts installed, the PDF may be unreadable. You can combat this one of two ways -- try to use universal fonts, such as Helvetica; or take the extra steps to embed the fonts into the PDF. This requires use of Distiller, also an Adobe product. An unreadable PDF may also be missing the password or certificate to render the document readable. Contact the person who created the PDF to inquire whether he locked it with an encryption. Encryption is removable with a key or password. Hope this helps.

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You need to download adobe acrobat reader.
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I make a .inx-file from InDesign CS3, but when i try to open in CS1 it tells me "this is not a valid inx-file. Why?


Hi,
Many reasons are there like missing links or third party plugin data.....

one of the solution is,
Whoever created the original document needs to export it as an InDesign interchange file and you should be able to open it in an earlier version of InDesign.

I suggest you to update the CS1 with patch that can be downloaded from the adobe website for reading CS3 INX file.


Also, read this article creativebits.org/indesign/indesign_interchange_format

Also Please refer to this site which has similar problem.....
kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=331640

Thanx for using fixya,

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Create a new folder on your c: drive and call it downloads (c:\downloads), then browse to http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
and click download now.
Save the file in the downloads folder you just created.
Open AdbeRdr90_en_US.exe in the downloads folder you just created.

That will give you the latest version and you should no longer have that problem.

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I have adobi photoshop 7 installed on my C drive, it has worked perfectly upto a few weeks ago, when it started freezing when asked to open a new file or when I try to use any of the pallete tools, it...


Photoshop must be reinstalled because somehow the data in the program files became corrupted, either through a virus, bad update or an accidental deletion. If you can get the disk, you should make a backup disc and also on your hard drive. There are other ways of acquiring Photoshop but may not be in your moral interest.

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Do this:
1. Exit Acrobat.
2. Choose Start > Run, and type: %APPDATA%\Adobe\Acrobat\ into the Open text box. Click OK.
3. Right-click either the 6.0 or 7.0 folder, and choose Delete.
4. Start Acrobat and attempt to print.
Note:Acrobat preference files contain application settings such as toolbar arrangements. When you restart Acrobat, new preferences are created automatically based on application defaults. Deleting preference files will not result in the loss of saved documents.

Or, if u have having Quarkexpress in your machine update the version. Quarkexpress also creates PDF files, maybe this is where it was created from

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You need to delete the PS Preferences file (Adobe Photoshop 6 Prefs). It will be re-created when you restart Photoshop. # Windows 2000: Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Adobe\Photoshop\6.0\Adobe Photoshop 6 Settings.

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